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June 30, 1989 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-30

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thought it reduced to a
pathetic level this gigantic
event.
"And there are others who
said . . . that getting it on the
air was important because
there were millions of people
who were not even conscious
that the event took place or
what it was all about or what
was involved, if they hadn't
seen the miniseries. I'm sure
that's true."
The integrity he possesses,
along with the talent he has
developed, with no doubt
allow Nimoy to "live long and
prosper" in the alien world of
Hollywood. ❑

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'Waltham, Mass. — The Na-
tional Center for Jewish Film
(NCJF), an archive on the
Brandeis University campus,
will present the world
premiere of the newly
restored The Dybbuk (Der
Dibuk), a classic Yiddish
feature film produced in
Poland in 1937. The film will
be shown at a private screen-
ing Sept. 14 at New York's
Museum of Modern Art. A
New York theatrical run is
planned immediately after
the premiere.
The film, based on the
celebrated play written by S.
Ansky during 1912-1917,
tells the story of two lovers in
a 19th Century Polish-Jewish
village. Shot on location in
Poland in 1937, during the
height of the Jewish cultural
activities and artistic freedom
which preceded World War II,
the film captures the cultural
heritage, folkways, supersti-
tions and practices of tradi-
tional Jewish life.

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